REMIX: Kings Of the Podcast Ep. 8 with Co-Host Dustin Penner

How do you make a great podcast even better? You invite 2-time Stanley Cup champion Dustin Penner along to co-host an episode!
Kings of the Podcast, Episode 8 includes…
– Jersey Numerology
– Road Tripping: tales from Winnipeg, St. Louis, Chicago, and Minnesota
– Poll-apalooza (feedback to fan responses)
– Penner on his two stops in Anaheim, including why he […]

‘Perfect Storm’ Stirs Up Bad Memories For O’Donnell

History has a strange way of repeating itself.
Today marks the anniversary of one of the most infamous moments in LA Kings playoff history. From a disappointment standpoint, it likely only rivals what went down in Game 2 of the 1993 Stanley Cup Final. Thus, this article could have simply been a fun look back at […]

MayorsManor Live: 2019 NHL RD1 Playoff Predictions from The Kid

Follow @mayorNHL
Buckle up because we’re coming in hot. For the fifth straight post-season, we’re bringing you a very special treat… and apparently something many of you enjoy very much.

It’s that time of year and that only means one thing. The one NHL bracket I want to know about is the one and only…#MiniMayorBracket #TheKID @mayorNHL
— […]

Taylor Reflects on Brown Passing His Games Played Record

Dave Taylor was a constant for the LA Kings. He was never flashy, never a star brighter than all of his teammates. He simply came to work every day and did his job. The same can pretty much be said for Dustin Brown.
Later tonight in Vancouver, Brown will play his 1,112th regular season game for […]

Kings of the Roundtable 2018 – Episode 1, Blake and Stevens

Guess what? We’re back!
By popular demand, Kings of the Roundtable has returned to kick of the 2018-19 hockey season. Once again, MayorsManor and The Fourth Period have partnered to bring you an in-depth look at the Kings, both on and off the ice. We’ll debate why certain moves happened this summer, as well as address […]

Understanding Kyle Clifford and the LA Kings Becoming One And the Same

His jersey will never be hanging from the rafters inside the arena, nor will he get a statue outside Staples Center. However, his contributions to the LA Kings organization are immeasurable, often unnoticed, and far greater than most people will ever realize.
Last month, Clifford played his 500th NHL game and Dustin Brown, who served as […]

Problem Identified: What the LA Kings Have Been Missing for Three Years

Since 2014, coming off a run that included two Stanley Cup parades in three years, the Los Angeles Kings have been plagued with constant questions surrounding what’s gone wrong. Theories have ranged from the loss of defenseman Slava Voynov to bad trades, from injuries to bad contracts, from a coach unwilling (or unable) to change […]

The Final Interview: Darryl Sutter on the How and Why of Being Fired, plus What Lies Ahead

When all was said and done, Darryl Sutter remained Darryl Sutter right up until the very end… and even beyond.
Just days removed from being fired in Los Angeles, he was back in a very familiar setting – about an hour outside of downtown, watching the Kings AHL affiliate in Ontario. Unlike previous visits, which provided […]

Latest Thoughts on Changes Coming to the LA Kings

Remember when you would get in trouble as a kid and your mom would tell you, ‘Just wait until your father gets home!’ and the anticipation of what he might say or do would just eat you up inside? Well, welcome to the City of Angeles on April 10, 2017 – where the tension in […]

Doan Shares Kings Memories Prior to (Likely) Last Game at Staples

For more than 20 years, Shane Doan has been terrorizing the Los Angeles Kings. In so many ways, he’s the last of a dying breed – whether talking about a true power forward in the NHL or a player who stays his entire career with one team. The 40-year-old Canadian is truly something special.
We’ve been […]